Organic structures-Blobitecture

AutoCad and softwares created organic shapes.( blobism, blobismus or blob architecture)'' It is a term for an architectural school in which organic shapes are the aim, bulging, cellular, amoeba-like buildings its expression.  Although the term did not appear in print until 2002, blob architecture had been used as an expression in architectural circles since the middle of the previous decade.  Notably it was the New York Times which first brought it to greater attention, as part of William Safire’s On Language column.'' (source)

The sage Gatehead buidling

he centre occupies a curved glass and stainless steel building designed by Foster and Partners, Buro Happold (structural engineering), Mott MacDonald (building services) and Arup.

Selfridges, Birmingham.

The Blob, Eindhoven
Poland, Zlote Tarasy,Warsaw
beautiful shapes
Graz Arts mueum, Austria

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